20 More Absurd Dark Humor Comics By Artist ‘Perry Bible Fellowship’

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Perry or PBF Bible Scholarship comics have been around for some time since some of you were alive. Nikola Gurevich’s dark and ingenious ideas have been shaking the world for two decades. What started as a college newspaper comic has become one of the most popular webcomics on the Internet, filled with bizarre, gloomy, and unexpected humor. On January 23, Perry’s Bible Scholarship celebrated its 20th anniversary of the founding of the first comic and prepared a delight for readers. To mark the occasion, PBF collaborated with other great comic artists to create 20 comics so you can learn about the style of your favorite artists. This was exciting news for regular fans of the Perry Bible community because it meant a regular dose of dark and absurd comedy after Gurevich stopped producing weekly comics in 2008 and rarely published new comics.

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Perry’s Bible Scholarship celebrated its 20th anniversary of the founding of the first comic and prepared a delight for readers. To mark the occasion, PBF collaborated with other great comic artists to create 20 comics so you can learn about the style of your favorite artists. This was exciting news for regular fans of the Perry Bible community because it meant a regular dose of dark and absurd comedy after Gurevich stopped producing weekly comics in 2008 and rarely published new comics.

 

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filled with bizarre, gloomy, and unexpected humor. On January 23, Perry’s Bible Scholarship celebrated its 20th anniversary of the founding of the first comic and prepared a delight for readers. To mark the occasion, PBF collaborated with other great comic artists to create 20 comics so you can learn about the style of your favorite artists. This was exciting news for regular fans of the Perry Bible community because it meant a regular dose of dark and absurd comedy after Gurevich stopped producing weekly comics in 2008 and rarely published new comics.

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